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Personal logo Cacique Caribe Supporting Member of TMP26 Jun 2017 4:29 p.m. PST

By "bulldog" I mean this fella here.

https://m.imgur.com/EKTFJT1
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About the film:
imdb.com/title/tt2106651
https://www.netflix.com/title/80098200
YouTube link

Dan
PS. Also seen here:

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Black Cavalier26 Jun 2017 5:51 p.m. PST

More importantly, was it any good?

haywire Supporting Member of TMP26 Jun 2017 9:31 p.m. PST

It has its issues, but I liked it. The beginning kinda felt like a Final Fantasy: The Spirit Within Prequel.

There is weird techno speak and they suddenly had all the equipment they needed to make the specialized weapons they needed and of course the right guy to assemble all of it. But the action was pretty good.

White Dragon makes something similar

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And Clear Horizon

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I think I have seen a bigger kit that looks more like the Bulldog, but cant remember who or scale. I think it was Kallamity.

Personal logo Dentatus Supporting Member of TMP Fezian27 Jun 2017 4:10 a.m. PST

CAV Simba? Now in plastic and shown here with 28mm.

Boodie27 Jun 2017 11:30 a.m. PST

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Lion in the Stars27 Jun 2017 3:25 p.m. PST

More importantly, was it any good?

Not bad, though I was kinda disappointed that it was a scifi story and not a horror story. Starts off horror, shifts to a totally scifi explanation, and then ends on a horror note.

Was definitely pushing the 'suspension of disbelief' that some dude could turn a hyperspectral imager into a weapon. Thing's a bloody camera, FFS.

LoudNinjaGames28 Jun 2017 6:07 a.m. PST

Lion, I didn't read it as "just a camera". Often hi-tech imaging equipment is using some sort of active sensory technology and therefore uses some sort of emitted energy or radiation to facilitate the imaging. While it is still a stretch, at least it is a stretch in the right direction.

-Eli

haywire Supporting Member of TMP02 Jul 2017 8:42 p.m. PST

Insaniak on DakkaDakka just made a gorilla like one using Maelstrom Edge parts

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